Kitsap Transit’s No. 37 Fairgrounds shuttle detour for Kitsap Fair

  • Tuesday, August 13, 2019 1:30am
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Kitsap Transit announced that the No. 37 Fairgrounds shuttle bus will detour around Kitsap County Fair road closures Monday, Aug. 19 through Friday, Aug. 23.

The No. 37 bus will not serve Tracyton Boulevard or Fairgrounds Road between Tracyton and Nels Nelson. Instead, on Monday and Tuesday, the bus will travel south on Nels Nelson, turn left on Fairgrounds and take Central Valley Road back to Bucklin Hill.

On fair days Wednesday through Friday, the bus will detour off Nels Nelson through the fairgrounds parking area to serve the Fair Pavilion before using Central Valley Road back to Bucklin Hill.

The No. 37 bus will serve the Pavilion hourly during its normal weekday runs on fair days. The No. 37 does not operate on Saturday or Sunday. KT’s No. 217 bus will drop and pick up passengers on Fairgrounds at Silver Pine (Handy Andy’s) or on Central Valley at Lopez, Wednesday through Saturday during the fair.

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